Here is a lovely underexposed picture of my work table on this winter morning. Guess turning a light on would have been the way to go. I'm working on my second Halloween page, which you will see closer below. It's kind of nice to work with these warm saturated colors this time of year.
It's downright balmy today -- 16 degrees above zero when I woke up! (This is Fahrenheit -- Google tells me this would be -8.88889 in Celsius.) One of our local meteorologists mentioned the other day that we are likely living through the coldest month ever recorded, breaking the record from 1857. Well, at least we're not imagining how brutal it has been! While we do have large piles of snow -- feet deep -- it hasn't all fallen at once the way it did in western NY and eastern MA, so we'll count ourselves lucky.
I thought this Graphic 45 paper was a perfect complement to Gabi's Dia de los Muertos-inspired Halloween costume. The top left and top right photos show our decorations, the carving of the pumpkin rounds out the left hand page, and a couple of trick-or-treating pictures (one of Gabi with her Daddy, one of our neighbors and their dog) are on the right side. All I need to do is write the journaling and maybe add a few more small embellishments. When the pictures are interesting and the papers are vibrant, the page kind of makes itself.
Thanks so much for visiting and if you want to see some more crafty work spaces, click on over to Julia's blog, The Stamping Ground, and have at it!